Version PC of Mass effect installs on Windows 7 64 bit

My system specs: AMD Phenom II 955, ASUS M4A79XTD EVO running of 0704 BIOS, 4 GB of DDR3 ram, 1 TB Samsung SATA HD, PSU power SUPPLY Corsair 750W, graphics card ATI 5850 running 9.12 latest drivers. Tried to install the version of mass effect PC disk using all sorts of compatibility modes and runs as an administrator, but when I get to the part after you type in the Registration Code, I get the message saying that the installation has been cancelled. Have contacted EA tech support but I got was this:

I guess I will be not buy games most of this company. Although I installed Dragon Age Origins without any problem...


Here's the word on the Bioware site regarding the effect of mass (such as a list of other games):

Please note that while the titles below have been tested for compatibility with Windows 7, they don't are not yet officially supported for use in a Windows 7 environment.

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